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The official Dietitian Connection Podcast gives you access to the most influential and successful experts in the Dietetic profession and beyond. This podcast will inspire you; it will challenge you; and it will empower you to become a nutrition leader and realise your dreams. Visit dietitianconnection.com to subscribe to the FREE weekly newsletter. Dietitian Connection is a one stop shop for busy nutrition professionals for nutrition, leadership and business resources, exciting job opportuni ...
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Join us for part two of our series as we delve deeper into senior dietitian Kim Lunardi's path to becoming credentialed in feeding tube insertion and management. Kim reflects on the highlights of her journey, the support she gained from healthcare colleagues, and the barriers she overcame along the way. She also shares the challenges she still face…
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The responsibility for tasks such as inserting and managing feeding tubes has traditionally fallen within the domain of nurses. However, there's a growing recognition of the unique expertise that dietitians can bring to this area. In this two-part podcast series with senior dietitian, Kim Lunardi, we’ll delve into the world of credentialing for die…
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Have you ever wondered why babies suddenly become a whole lot more discerning around 12-to-18-months old? Or perhaps you work with families familiar with the ‘beige stage’ – that frustrating phase where toddlers seem to survive on a bland diet of crackers, toast, plain pasta and bananas. In this episode, we’re joined by dietitian, Alex Parker, from…
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Are your clients concerned about eggs and heart health? In this episode, dietitian, Sharon Natoli, dispels common myths about heart health, cholesterol and diabetes, and explains how eggs can play a pivotal role in a heart-healthy eating pattern. You'll discover how metabolic health impacts overall wellbeing, so you can confidently support your cli…
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Dawn Jackson Blatner’s career has been anything but ordinary. This dietitian and certified specialist in sports dietetics (great story there!) is also a media pro, the author of two acclaimed books, a primetime reality TV show winner, and World Series ring holder from her time working with the Chicago Cubs. Dawn’s advice to those wondering what’s n…
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Kristin Houts, a Chicago-based Registered Dietitian and a member of the Dietitian Connection team, shares her personal journey from dietitian to allergy parent as she navigates the complexities of FPIES (Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) with her son. Kristin brings a unique and deeply personal perspective as she opens up about the initi…
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Welcome to Episode 2 of ‘Elevate’ – our empowering 6-part podcast series designed to help dietitians stand out as leaders. In this episode, we are honoured to feature Karen Inge, a true trailblazer in the field of dietetics. Join us as we delve into Karen’s incredible career spanning 46 years, from being the first VFL/AFL club dietitian to the foun…
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Meet two of the newest voices behind The Dietitian Connection Podcast – Brooke Delfino and Kristin Houts. In this special episode, US-based, Kristin, and Australian-based, Brooke, will share their personal stories, dive into their passions within the field and discuss what excites them about the future of the podcast. You’ll get to know them throug…
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If you haven’t met Susie Burrell in person, you’ll certainly have seen her on breakfast TV, or read one of her many online articles, or listened to her podcast, or viewed her posts on social media. She’s achieved a lot in her 20+ year career – and she’s not done yet. Tune in to this engaging episode where Susie reveals what she loves most about bei…
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Introducing ‘Elevate’ – a 6-part mini-series presented by Dietitian Connection to help dietitians stand out as leaders and achieve unparalleled success in their careers. In part one, we sit down with dietitian and digital marketing strategist, Rachel Hawkins, who shares her unique career journey and why professional burnout helped redefine her traj…
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What if we reframed ‘problematic’ and ‘picky’ eating to ‘eating differences’? After all, we all have different preferences, likes and dislikes. In this thought-provoking conversation, paediatric clinical dietitian, Maddie Todd, uses practical experiences to explore the language around mealtimes, ADHD and autism. She also examines how sensory proces…
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Maggie Michalczyk initially came up with the idea for her Instagram page, Once Upon a Pumpkin, as a dietetic intern. Now, with more than 109k followers, countless brand partnerships and appearances on national news outlets, Maggie shares the secrets to her success (hint: you can’t get TOO comfortable). In this episode, Maggie candidly talks about g…
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Join dietitian, Sharon Natoli, for a deep dive into the crucial role of choline in cholesterol and fat metabolism, neurotransmitter production and cell membrane health. Up to 60% of pregnant women in Australia fall short on this essential nutrient, and in this episode, Sharon looks at why the humble egg can help bridge this nutritional gap. You’ll …
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Did you know the average Australian household wastes up to $2500 of food a year? Or that a third of all food produced goes uneaten? Culinary nutrition expert, Emma Stirling, cooks up a storm in this episode, sharing her conscious approach to food waste and easy tips to prevent edible fruit, vegetables, grains and proteins ending up in landfill. In …
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In this engaging conversation, Maree opens up about her decade-long dream of creating a global community for dietitians and shares why Dietitian Connection has been such a passion project. Tune in as we celebrate the 50,000-member milestone, share stories and look forward to the future of Dietitian Connection. We discuss: Standout moments of the jo…
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Feel like something’s missing from your dietetic practice? Do you question your knowledge or want to boost your confidence? In this episode with dietitians Tara MacGregor and Elissa Robins, we explore the vital role of professional supervision – no matter where you’re at in your career. You’ll discover: ​ The differences between mentoring and super…
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With many dietary guidelines around the world shifting towards prioritising plant proteins, we sit down with Dr Courtney Thompson to explore the latest research on these nutritious foods and dietary patterns that hero them – a topical issue given the current review of the Australian Dietary Guidelines. Courtney shares examples of dietary guidelines…
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How often do you see female patients or clients experiencing gut issues, especially during the pre- and post-menopausal years? Is it irritable bowel syndrome, hormones…or something else? Join dietitian Chloe McLeod to hear about: How gut health impacts a woman’s overall health and wellbeing The link between stress and gut health How hormonal fluctu…
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Should we be calculating calorie requirements for our clients? Where did the ‘calories in, calories out’ myth originate? And, what is the set point theory? Learn all this and more in our captivating conversation with obesity researcher, Dr Nick Fuller. Nick describes the cascade of physiological reactions that occur in the body once weight loss beg…
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While nutrition is now recognised as an important part of therapy in critically ill patients, there’s still more dietitians can do to champion their role in this arena. In this podcast, join internationally recognised researchers and dietitians, Associate Professor Emma Ridley and Dr Kate Lambell, as they discuss the importance of research in advoc…
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There has been a significant increase in sarcopenia research over the past decade, which has resulted in improved identification and management. Despite these advancements, Accredited Practising Dietitian and president-elect for the Australian and New Zealand Society for Sarcopenia and Frailty Research (ANZSSFR), Dr Anthony Villani believes that di…
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As the number of NDIS participants in Australia rises, understanding the ins and outs of becoming an NDIS provider has become critical for dietitians. In this podcast, we sit down with Lina Breik, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and registered NDIS provider. Lina shares what fuels her passion for the NDIS, including its profound impact on her pr…
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A recent, world-first study found that increasing dairy consumption among aged care residents significantly reduces their risk of falls and fractures. While this intervention was also found to be cost-effective, at less than $1 per resident per day, dairy intakes in residential aged care still fall short. In this podcast, Accredited Practising Diet…
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How does non-coeliac wheat sensitivity differ from coeliac disease? Is gluten the only culprit for causing gastrointestinal and other symptoms? Can people with non-coeliac wheat sensitivity and coeliac disease consume oats? Learn all this and more in our latest podcast episode with Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and gluten-free nutrition …
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The Mediterranean diet has become one of the most popular and well-researched diets with a wide range of health benefits. New research now suggests that positive changes to the gut microbiome may contribute to improved outcomes related to cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, and aging. In this episode of Dietitian to Dietitian, NBC’s Today …
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Janeane Dart is a dietitian making waves in student education thanks to her work and studies in professionalism (read: not perfectionism!). In this podcast, Janeane shares how her ‘unplanned’ career was inspired by a chance encounter with a dietitian whose food, cooking and health knowledge left a lasting impression. Fast forward 30 years, Janeane …
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When Brady Schulz prepared a business plan for a university assignment back in 2006, he never thought by 2023 that same business plan would come to fruition in a very successful way. Along with his team of 40 skilled dietitians, exercise physiologists, diabetes educators, allied health assistants and admin staff, Brady has provided over 80,000 cons…
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Do you want to learn how to build a successful online membership program? Tune into this fascinating conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian, Dr Kyla Smith, better known as ‘Dr Kyla’ to her 100,000+ Instagram followers. Kyla shares her impressive career journey to establishing online membership programs that aim to empower parents with th…
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Dr Emma Beckett joins us in our latest podcast to share her tips on how dietitians can elevate the all-important ‘eat the rainbow’ mantra. Why? A recent umbrella review of 86 studies and 37 million participants found that bioactive pigments not only provide fruits and vegetables with their unique colour, but unique health benefits, too. Using multi…
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Very low energy diets (VLEDs) are often used to achieve weight loss in preparation for bariatric surgery, but do they play a role for patients undergoing non-bariatric surgery? Tune into this podcast with Senior Complex Obesity Dietitian, Sally Griffin, as she shares her research and experience in implementing VLEDs as part of a multidisciplinary a…
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Nutrition is critical for ICU patient care, yet a delay in feeding due to factors like delayed tube placement can lead to poor nutrition and compromised recovery. Tune into this podcast with Senior Critical Care Dietitian, Associate Professor Lee-anne Chapple, to understand the role dietitians play in in preventing delayed feeding by extending thei…
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How much do you know about blenderised tube feeding? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accrediting Practising Dietitian Lina Breik who shares her experience with clients opting for blenderised diets and her current research endeavours on the topic. You’ll explore many aspects of blenderised feeding including trends in home feeding, challe…
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Dietitian Jenna Gorham knows a thing or two about the value dietitians bring to food companies… but in many cases, this potential is yet to be realised. Enter: The RD Link – a platform, created by Jenna, connecting dietitians with brands to create meaningful partnerships. In this podcast, Jenna explains the endless opportunities she sees for dietit…
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How much do you know about the evidence that underpins diabetes-specific nutritional supplements (DSNS) in the management of diabetes? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accrediting Practising Dietitian, Geraldine Georgeou, as she shares practical case study examples which highlight the challenges experienced by patients with diabetes and …
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How much do you know about health coaching? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accredited Practicing Dietitians and Health Coaches, Sharon Curtain and Shivaun Conn. You’ll explore many aspects of what health coaching is including communication skills and the relevance of these to behaviour change, the theories and models that underpin this…
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Do you want to learn more about the recent research by the OzFITs team on iron intake and dietary modelling? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Dr Tim Green as we explore the study findings which revealed 75% of infants (aged 6-12 months) and 25% of toddlers have inadequate iron intake. Tim shares how iron-fortified infant cereals could be…
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Thinking about venturing into the world of Instagram? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist Jono Steedman, principal dietitian and head honcho at Bite Me Nutrition. In this episode we explore Jono’s journey into the nutrition space including what inspired him to start his own telehealth-based p…
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Do you know how much of an impact pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) can have for patients experiencing pancreatic enzymatic insufficiency (PEI)? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian Lauren Atkins as we explore PERT including its benefits, key elements to patient education and how to upskill medical …
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Do you know the difference between the NDIS and NDIA? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian Shanelle Bailey who has over six years of experience working with NDIS participants. We explore common issues like budgeting, allocating time and estimating consumables, how understanding the disease and disability progr…
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After almost four brilliant decades as a dietitian, our very own Dr Jane Winter is gearing up to embark on her next big life adventure… retirement-ish, as she calls it. Before she hangs up her DC boots, however, we’re turning the tables on our extraordinary podcast hosting queen and interviewing her about her remarkable career journey. In the podca…
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As dietitians, we’re passionate about nutrition science and we L-O-V-E food. Excitingly, a new practice area that merges the two is making a huge groundswell in the dietetic landscape across the globe… say hello to culinary nutrition. In this podcast, we’re joined by the one and only Emma Stirling who, along with her colleagues at Australian Cathol…
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Join us for a candid conversation with Dr Wesley McWhorter as he shares how his past life as a chef shaped his journey in dietetics. With a rich understanding of food and the kitchen, Wesley has a unique approach to nutrition and is a big advocate for making eating an enjoyable experience. In the podcast, Wesley shares some of his experiences with …
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International dietitian Sandra Mikhail joins us in our latest podcast to dive into the thriving research on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and ‘biotics’ – prebiotics, probiotics, postbiotics. In the episode, Sandra highlights that one size does not fit all when it comes to probiotic supplementation and explains the importance of strain and dose spe…
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Healthy sun exposure, exercise and an informed diet plays a key role in combating low vitamin D levels through the winter months. In this podcast, we hear from Dr Joanna McMillan as she delves into the data that reveals the important role the humble egg can play in boosting vitamin D levels. Backed by her wealth of experience in clinical practice, …
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Did you know the exact number of people living with dementia and how many are undernourished is unknown? Tune into this intriguing conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian Yvonne Feeley who estimates from her experience more than half of those living with dementia in residential aged care are malnourished. We explore the associated difficu…
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February is Gut Health Month – and what better way to kick it off than a podcast with our spectacular Gut Health Month ambassador, Nicole Dynan. In this episode, Nicole shares some sneak peaks of the exciting Gut Health Month campaign we’re bringing to life this year. With as many as one in two people experiencing gut health issues, Nicole touches …
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Did you know that nutrition around conception and during pregnancy can affect a child’s lifelong health? Or that a little one’s diet in their first two years of life can do the same? This is called the ‘first thousand days’ phenomenon, which we explore in our upcoming webinar with dietitian and Early Life Nutrition Alliance CEO, Melanie McGrice. In…
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Did you know children have the innate ability to regulate food intake? Tune into this insightful conversation with Accredited Practicing Dietitian Leah Vandervliet, who explores the responsive feeding approach, a feeding style that focuses on the feeding relationship between parent and child. She explains how parents are responsible for the where, …
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Probiotics… postbiotics… microbiome… microbiota… dietary fibre… there’s a lot of gut health hype our clients are trying to wrap their heads around right now. In our next episode of Dietitian to Dietitian, NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, Associate Professor Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD and Andrea Hardy, RD explore the science beh…
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There's been an extraordinary focus recently on food and nutrition within the age care setting because of the Royal Commission, which is incredible. We do know, however, that the vast majority of older adults live in the community, and they face many of the same risk factors for malnutrition as hospital patients: health conditions, cognitive and ph…
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